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Development of IoT Applications

Hello Internet. This is one of these rare and festive moments.

A new, admittedly rather short, blog post is happening. What is the occasion? There would have been some occasions for blog posts in the last couple of months. Be it my new Frontend and Core NodeJS Dev Job at Microtroncis, a company pushing the borders of technology around the hyped term "Internet of Things" and making it accessible for the general (dev) public. Or it could be about finishing my master programme which led to a thesis about "CORE ASPECTS OF EFFICIENT CROSS PLATFORM MOBILE APP DEVELOPMENT - researched based upon a hybrid example application". Okok, pretty much a jawbreaker, but i am very proud. Or the fact that I again started caring more about my guitar, putting more time into old loved hobbies like gaming and sometimes streaming these games to TWITCH. More for my self than for anybody else, but why not. For 2021, I have planned to rework the Jelly prototype, maybe with some help from good ol Sebastian. And finally, this blog would need a redesign as well. It is not a very good thing that a Frontend Evangelist like myself uses a boring old Joomla Blog for himself because he was too lazy to work something better. But not without pride let me point out that this Joomla Blog gets a google page speed scoring of 97/100. Wich is insanely good for a php cms like joomla and a little secret what miracle work I did to make this happen.

Michael, stop babbeling, nobody cares. What is the reason for this spontaneous blog post? Yeaaah, I get asked on a regular basis, since I work at Microtronics "What is it you are doing?" or "How can i imagine the IoT?".

Questions like "What is the use and who profits with this?" paired with helpless faces when I trie to explain in detail what it is we are doing brought us to record a little webinar about these topics. It will show you the concept, the idea and the ingenious approach what IoT can offer you. The biggest benefits and impacts hits the mid sized and bigger companies. There is a huge potential to gather quality data, optimized controlling of processes and easy integration. It is an easy way to get some smartness inside your products and operations, and this is exactly what everybody want and should do in 2020. Especially this knowledge gap brought us to record this webinar, wich explains what IoT means to us and what lies underneath. Who are the players? How to programm and develop for this? Wich components are necessary and what is the perfect ecosystem? Everything of this and more is packed inside this video. Have fun with it. :)

Last modified onWednesday, 14 October 2020 17:27
Michael Wagner

...is an app-, web- and gamedeveloper currently employed by Microtronics Engineering Limited, where he works on M2M software and the internet of things (IoT). He also teaches webdevelopment at the university of applied sciences St. Pölten. In his spare time he usually works on new videogame ideas, tinkers with various webdev toolchains, does some sports, makes music or is hitting the fields with his cam. Since 2010, he is certified business administrator for applied computer science, in October 2020 he achieved his Master of Sciences (M.Sc.) degree in "Web and Mobile Media Design" at the Danube University Krems.

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